Andrew J Langley

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In August and September 2001, the Sunshine Coast Public Health Unit received notifications that 8 children from the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, had laboratory-confirmed Cryptosporidium in faecal samples. Four children were hospitalised and all recovered. Dates of onset were consistent with a protracted common source dispersed in the community. An(More)
Coagulase positive staphylococci are generally difficult to grow in foodstuffs without substantial temperature abuse and foodborne outbreaks are uncommon. The following incident resulted in the first detection of staphylococcal enterotoxin in food in a Queensland outbreak and is the first reported outbreak of staphylococcal foodborne illness in Queensland(More)
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